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department and tsa and fbi, laso and other agencies, we'll treat this incident with the unified command, many, many details as you're interested will not be given out at this point. we will not speak about the nature of injuries and not speak about the identity of the suspect. the investigation is being handled by the fbi. with the cooperation of the los angeles police department. again, a tremendous unified response. i know this region worries about its airport because of the complex issues involved with various jurisdictions. it was handled very well today, thank you. >> hold on one second. we'll next hear from fbi special agent in charge, special agent b bowitch to talk about the situation. >> david bodich, bowdich. first off, we're working hand in hand with our partners here to include the los angeles police department, the l.a. airport police and respect to this investigation. this investigation is ongoing. i'll give you very little facts, very few facts. we're working with the u.s. attorneys office as well as our partners. i'm not going to talk about the victims today. we still have peo
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. >>> the fbi investigating the deadly shooting of a 13-year-old boy who police discovered was holding a toy gun. >>> hi, everyone, i'm tamron hall. we are following new revelations about the secret surveillance program. on the front page of "the wall street journal", for five years of his presidency, president obama was unaware the u.s. was spying on dozens of world leaders by tap their phones. the president learned about the spying for the first time this summer as part of an internal review he called for. white house officials also told the paper the administration put an immediate stop to some of the programs after finding out about them, including the one tracking german chancellor angela merkel. today the white house responded. >> the president feels strongly about making sure we are not just collecting information because we can, but because we should. phone call the president had with chancellor merkel made sure we do not and will not monitor the chancellor's communications. >>> another report out today, this one in a spanish paper el mundo, the nsa tracked over 60 million calls in spain
. in 1989, harry reid personally banned him. and reid reported a bribe to the fbi and arranged a meeting with the guy in his office. by agreement, the fbi agents burst in to arrest the guy at the point where harry reid asked, is this the money? but although he was taking part in a sting, harry reid was unable to control his temper. the videotape shows him getting up from his chair and saying [ bleep ], you tried to bribe me. and then harry reid, on tape, with the fbi there tried to choke the guy, the guy got eight months in prison, and later married latoya jackson, seriously. we have more with our interview today, including what harry reid thinks about cory booker, who is to be sworn in tomorrow. but when you see harry reid, there is something about the way he talks in person that is different in person than it is on camera. you have to trust me. it makes you remember where he comes from. trust me. we have more ahead. >> that must be music to the ears of frank sinatra who says he may eventually open a hotel casino now in las vegas, now that he once again has a nevada gaming license. the
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their heads in a vise. in 1989, harry reid personally banned him. and reid reported a bribe to the fbi and arranged a meeting with the guy in his office. by agreement, the fbi agents burst in to arrest the guy at the point where harry reid asked, is this the money? but although he was taking part in a sting, harry reid was unable to control his temper. the videotape shows him getting up from his chair and saying [ bleep ], you tried to bribe me. and then harry reid, on tape, with the fbi there tried to choke the guy, the guy got eight months in prison, and later married latoya jackson, seriously. we have more with our interview today, including what harry reid thinks about cory booker, who is to be sworn in tomorrow. but when you see harry reid, there is something about the way he talks in person that is different in person than it is on camera. you have to trust me. it makes you remember where he comes from. trust me. we have more ahead. >> that must be music to the ears of frank sinatra who says he may eventually open a hotel casino now in las vegas, now that he once again has a neva
our justice correspondent here. pete, what do we know from tsa or fbi. >> without saying where the information comes from at this point, talking to a variety of authorities, a large number of agencies including lapd, which i believe is in charge here, it does seem like it's over is the best information we have at this point. it's very sketchy information back in washington. it does seem like it's over. they are trying to figure out precisely who was shot. it does appear -- initial reports say and we'll be cautious to say these are the initial reports. it's going to take a few minutes to work out exactly what happened. it seems like at least two people were shot. the man with the rifle who shot apparently a tsa employee. that's the person you saw, we believe, being put into the ambulance. then the person with the gun himself was shot. so we know of only two shooting victims, but we don't know whether there were others that may have been wounded. it does appear, though, that this situation is under control now, that it's over. there's no longer an active shooter situation at the
fbi director is making changes to on the job training. income agents have to visit martin luther king memorial in washington. he said the move is a warning of the dangers of becoming untethered to oversight and accountability. women of the supreme court finally have the painting they deserve. artists unveiled it on monday at the smithsonian. it features the current female justice and sandra day o'connor. and that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> joining me now for our "first look" at politics is news day columnist and political commentator alex. i want to focus on this nsa spying issue. the president is saying he did not know that spying of our allied leaders was taking place. which is worse. the nsa is operating without his approval or he did know and lying. >> i'll go with number one. it's a plausible deniability. our spies want to gather this information, we want them to do it but you got to isolate the president a little bit from some of the specific methods that is used to gather. so he can then later say hey i didn't know about that. >> now we're now hearing the pr
of the john f. kennedy assassination." looking through this book it has alleged coverup, the fbi, as well as the commission that investigated kennedy's assassination. overall, what shocked you the most in your research? >> i think a big theme in my book is how much basic evidence of oswald was destroyed and it was destroyed within hours of the president's death. you know, the night after the president died the navy pathologist who carried out the auchs was pushing the original autopsy report and all of his notes from the morgue into his home fireplace and that's just the start. >> okay. why would that be done? well, he said when he got home if night after the autopsy, the night after the assassination, he noticed that all of his notes and the original autopsy report were sustained with the president's blood and he didn't want those documents turned into only grizzly souvenir in a museum some day. he thought he'd destroy them. when the warren commission found out about that, they thought it would give to conspiracy theories. >> zubruder, how critical was that to the investigation? >> it wa
to speak at the welcoming ceremony for fbi director in washington, the president is facing heat overseas for new revelations about american spying on foreign leaders. the latest diplomatic fallout from documents provided by edward snowden began last week when "the guardian" reported nsa monitored personal communications of 35 world leaders. among them german chancellor angela merkel who fond president obama to complain. >> the president spoke with angela merkel assured her the united states was not and will not monitor her. >> is not and will not but what about has been. recent reports in the german press indicate u.s. had been monitoring merkel's cell phone since 2002, a full three years before she became germany's leader, but did president obama know. not according to white house officials who told "the wall street journal" the president was unaware of targeting of foreign leaders until this summer's leaks by edward snowden. the white house response followed a report in germany's newspaper asserting president obama was personally briefed on the merkel situation three years ago by snow
by the fbi, they were interviewed by the state department accountability review board. those transcripts are available to the senate. and lindsey graham even met with some of them. so, this is like your 16th hoax. >> there was a report. i think part of the reason why lindsey graham timed this announcement to this morning where he went on "fox & friends" and made this big deal about it, and i'm going to talk about what this means. i mean, he's putting a hold on all the nominees. he will actually block people from getting a confirmation, et cetera. there was a report on "60 minutes" last night i want to play you an excerpt of, because i think the conservatives i read seem very excited that this is going to bring back this issue. take a listen. >> it's now well established that the americans were attacked by al qaeda in a well-planned assault. five months before that night, morgan jones first arrived in benghazi. but on his first drive through benghazi, he noticed the black flags of al qaeda flying openly in the streets, and he grew concerned about the guard force as soon as he pulled up to
.s. attorney, michael moore, opening this federal investigation into this death. very significant. the fbi is now cooperating, according to the u.s. attorney, although he chose his words very carefully. he was very careful not to say which way he was leaning, whether he thought this was a freak accident as the local sheriffs office has said or whether this was a murder like the family says. he says he is just out to answer several questions. first of all, what was kendrick johnson's cause of death. second, was it the result of a crime? if so, who committed that crime? but finally, he also pointed out that he's trying to answer whether this falls under federal jurisdiction and whether if this was a crime, whether it could be tried in federal court. he did not say whether he thinks there's enough evidence to warrant criminal civil rights violation. he's just looking into it right now. now, within the past few minutes, we did get some reaction from the county sheriffs office. lieutenant stride jones says that, quote, we welcome the state attorney's investigation. we are willing to listen to w
triage. you can imagine with something like this, the fbi will also get involved at some point if they are not already there on the ground assessing the situation. again, still developing. hopefully this is all over. we don't know that yet. >> as you mentioned, century boulevard has been shut down as investigators get there to the scene. lapd tactical units there arriving. this is terminal 2 and 3. this is such a busy weekend, busy halloween that really hasn't stopped since overnight. a lot of police incidents and the latest at lax waiting to get word on what happened with the travelers inside. >> waiting to get information on injuries. assignment debt getting this, a 45-year-old male going to ucla harvard medical center, 29-year-old male shot in the leg going to westwood. a third victim with a sprained ankle. so if this is the extent of the injuries, hopefully that is good news. kben, these are preliminary reports coming in. we don't know how widespread the incident was. matching up with the live pictures we've seen, confirmed this happened in terminal 3, around 9:20 this morn
. there was a tremendous amount of investigative work that will need to be done. i'll turn that over to the fbi in just a second and in a little bit. but nonetheless, we have done security sweeps through the entire airport. we feel confident that this particular incident is tied to terminal three and terminal three only. and that's all we have right now. there's a tremendous amount of investigative work that will need to be accomplished. we have multiple victims that have been shot. and have been transported. and we've had some other injuries as well. in addition to the suspect himself. i don't have much more information than that. i don't want to give out information that may not be consistent later on. and so i i appreciate your cooperation and just getting this little bit of information out now. >> next we're going to hear from gina marie lindsay and let folks now in terms of what's happening at the airport with flights and traveling public and traffic around the airport -- >> hold on, one second please. we'll take questions after, sir. >> i want to let everyone know, technically, lax is still accep
of the los angeles airport. fbi and local law enforcement on the scene after a gunman opened fire at a tsa checkpoint, killing one tsa employee. at least six others were wounded. the suspect, identified as 23-year-old paul ciancia, reportedly began shooting on the ground floor and continued firing as he raced to a tsa screening area. frightened passengers scrambled for cover, even on to the tarmac. the suspect was wounded in a gun fight with officers. he is now in custody. ♪ ♪ hey [ male announcer ] when we built the cadillac ats from the ground up, to be the world's best sports sedan... ♪ ...people noticed. ♪ something like a phenomenon, baby ♪ ♪ you're something like a phenomenon ♪ [ male announcer ] the cadillac ats, 2013 north american car of the year. lease this cadillac ats for around $299 per month with premium care maintenance included. the united states population is going to grow by over 90 ovemillion people,ears and almost all that growth is going to be in cities. what's the healthiest and best way for them to grow so that they really become cauldrons of prosperity
. fbi investigators say that he left behind a one-page letter, what they call -- also has been called a manifesto in which he said he was specifically targeting tsa agents. it didn't matter whether they were black, white, brown or yellow. apparently that was written inside this manifesto. he seemed to target these individuals because they worked for the federal government and he had some problems with the federal government. we don't know specifically what was in that note. that is still part of the investigation. as for the suspect himself, as you mentioned, he was shot multiple times, at least once in the head. he's in critical condition and he's been unresponsive because of his medical condition. investigators still trying to learn more about the motive today. >> miguel almaguer reporting from l.a.x. thanks so much. >>> a german magazine publishing an open letter it says was penned by nsa leaker edward snowden in what's been titled a manifesto for truth. snowden reportedly writes that calls for surveillance program reforms justify his decision to leak classified information and he
fbi thwart one case. lets stop. make us safer if we have a person follow every single american, every single minute of the day? possibly. do we want that? no. we'll always face at the time in this country but the greatest threat should not be from our own government prying into every single one of our secrets with no accountability whatsoever. we saw that. give secrets away to a 29-year-old subcontractor. another branch of government which gave away some of our most important secrets when a private first class loaded them on his lady gaga cd and walked off with them. no, these are not -- they shouldn't have every single one of our secrets. it's not making us safer. they may want to twist the statistics to make it safer. nobody who really studied this can say this made us safer. >> senator i want to ask about that 29-year-old. there's been talked about edward snowden getting clemency. he has asked for that. should he get clemency? >> no. he's not getting clemency. the fact he broke the law, he stole classified material. what i ask the question is, who has been fired at the nsa for bein
that say the fbi was behind the boston massacre. they should not be allowed to hide. their views should be exposed and the fact they are lying and profiting off of this should be exposed because this is the same thing as people in the middle east who encourage individuals who carry out suicide bombings. not everyone is dumb enough to follow that ideology, obviously enough. but there are a small handful of foolish people out there who unfortunately are willing to follow through with this. they don't understand this is all rhetoric and they are willing to put their actions where their mouth is. and i think it's time that those who spread these ideas are responsible for them. we hold people that spread al qaeda ideologies responsible for that and if you encourage someone to murder a federal employee, you should be held responsible. >> amen, thank you for that and thank you for pointing out more guns is not the answer. reporters standing on chairs and smoking and taking shoes off. this is justice egypt style. richard engel joins us live from cairo next. you really love, what would you do?"
through untraceable currencies. earlier this month the fbi arrested one of the masterminds of the deep web. he built silk road. it was doing a billion dollars worth of commerce in illegal goods. it is so interesting because even as we talk about how the web changes everything about how we buy and sell and live, there's a whole secret web that is a very vibrant marketplace for bad goods, bad services, this is where you hire -- >> american people are watching how or the country is conducting surveillance on every day people and every day activities, we're watching stories about surveillance on overseas leaders including allies. it's hard to reconcile with what you're saying. how does this happen without being able to trace it, catch people and stop people from, you know, endangering the public and children alike. >> that's what's so fascinating. the people who built it can't break it. it was built, the software was designed by researchers at the u.s. naval research laboratory. they knew once you have these levels of coding, it's very hard to trace. so now the fbi is trying to have new tools
angeles international airport is slowly making its way back to normal today. the fbi is still on the scene investigating friday's deadly shooting in which a tsa officer was killed. nbc's miguel almaguer is at l.a.x. with the very latest for us this hour. miguel, there's the background of the suspect here. >> reporter: we know that he's 23 years old. he was a resident of los angeles, paul ciancia. but he hails from new jersey where his family lives. his family was being investigated -- excuse me, was being talked to by the fbi yesterday. they were at this front door but they were not speaking to the media. we know he lived in the los angeles area for about the last 18 months or so. but no red flags came up in terms of a criminal history. when we talked to people that knew him, including his roommate, he said he was a quiet, unassuming guy. he'd lived in his apartment with him for a little over a year. but there were no major issues. when our local flath asked his roommate if he was surprised he had a gun, he said he was shocked because he'd never shown a gun in the home before, never shown
rolled up in a wrestling mat at his high school gym. now, this inquiry by the fbi and federal prosecutors is a huge victory for the teen's family who have argued all along their son was murdered. >> we got to fight for him. if we don't fight, no one will. >> we want justice. we're not stopping until we get justice. >> karen desoto is a defense attorney and former prosecutor. welcome to you. what kind of evidence do federal investigators have to open this informati investigation? >> well, they have the autopsy report from the forensics that was done by the parents. they had the body exhumed. >> a second one? >> a second one, right. they felt confident their son was murdered and have been fighting all along. they got the body exhumed, came up, they did the autopsy, and sure enough, even though there's some bizarre facts about the body being stuffed with newspaper, and that's another controversy, but according to that doctor, it was blunt trauma. >> okay. blunt trauma, as i understand it, to the right side of his neck. put that with the first report that was the straight autopsy in which it
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